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westchester in ohio, where rudy giuliani, the former mayor of new york, has given a blistering speech attacking barack obama. in a few minutes, he will be on this show live and exclusive to tell me why he feels so strongly why the president should leave the office. let's start with these long lines for gas. susan candiotti is at one gas station in new jersey. i have been following your travails for most of the day. you have been joining endless lines for gas in your car. most of the time coming up against a blank. where are you now and how does it all end? >> reporter: well, it all ended with us not getting any gas. it looks like a ghost town here. you can see they were open for a good nine hours. they had the supply but those lines just sucked it all up. too many customers and eventually they had to shut down tonight. so a lot of people were turned back and yes, piers, we went to two different places, spent the whole afternoon in two different lines, and came up dry. that's happening to a lot of people. some are luckier than others but i got to tell you, it's been very impressive at
the name of rudy giuliani saying they ran the race after 9/11 and that is why it is so important. the national guard has finally arrived in staten island. residents in the new york borough are outraged saying they are being ignored. adam shapiro is there for us. >> i want to show you something. this is how new yorkers band together. they have been handing out pizza. those who might be hungry, don't have food, they have been going around to help out their neighbors. hthese are the national guard in a shot we showed you earlier supplying water. these folks are helping out, this is hunter avenue. one of the hardest hit areas in the area the water just inundated. and one other thing going on as we watch this is the cleanup. these people still throwing out debris damaged by the water, the sanitation department says they will be sending down the garbage trucks tonight. we have seen dump trucks coming down, clearing away the debris, the trees and a different kind of shrubberies and things that got washed away so utility crews can get in here and also cleanup. tow trucks moving the car i
struggling because of the superstorm. you just heard from new york city mayor ed koch. rudy giuliani was on the kudlow report last night and here is what he said. >> they wanted to cancel the marathon in 2001 and i said the heck with that, we're going to have a marathon and we're going to show that new york city is the most resilient sti in the world. i support the mayor in doing that. i think he's making the right decision. >> let's welcome in jeff sonnenfeld, dean for executive programs at the yale school of 3457kment. good to have you back on "halftime." from a leadership standpoint, you have everything from the way the city is dealing with the recovery effort from the hurricane, you have the whole marathon story unfolding as well. what does it say about the job of leadership and how it's been done over this past week? not to mention the power companies and then the ceos there who are under the gun to get the lights back on. >> well, you know, you can be sympathetic with the ceos and the power companies. surely they're doing their best and i'm not taking your easiest question firs
. and there's no better example of that than someone i completely disagree with, mayor rudy giuliani during 9/11 who went down there and did the right thing in many ways that helped a lot of people and guided them through it. so i just -- i kind of think the talk about the silliness between the governors and the president and the mayors and the president is wrong. there are political motivations, they should be ashamed of themselves. >> i felt that in 2004 when ivan came and tore through pensacola, florida, with jeb bush. you know, tom, this leadership thing is something that you don't get in a resume. you see it. jeb bush had it in florida in 2004. and to be really blunt, his brother as well as the governor of louisiana and the mayor of new orleans did not have it in 2005. this is when people need comforting. >> yeah. it's an instinct. on the other hand, george bush 43 had his best moment, i always thought, at ground zero when he put his arm around that fireman that day and said, "i can hear you, and they're going to be hearing you in other parts of the world." that was enormous symbolism fo
to actually meet, rudy giuliani, a couple olympic medalists, every elected official except he who must not be named in new jersey. sudden plans for a road trip are usually the sign of a pressing need to escape reality. >> is meatloaf going to be there? >> as long as he brings those pipes. >> all right. they should bring chris. this chris christie thing, is it really a big problem for mitt romney? why can't he now campaign with chris christie and be proud of it? >> it is a brig problem. >> i don't get it. that's a problem. that's the problem. >> literally, you have that image of them going like this. >> so what? they need to get over it. >>> up next, the tale of two cities. a line of demarcation separates the manhattan with power from the manhattan completely in the dark. jon stewart offers his take on a divided new york. "morning joe" back in just a moment. okay, that looks great. were you profitable last month? how much money is in your checking account? have the browns paid you for their addition yet? your finances are scattered all over the place. mm-hmm. what are your monthly expen
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